¨The word entered the English language in the late 19th century. It is derived from the Italian noun diva, a female deity. The plural of the word in English is "divas"; in Italian, dive [ˈdiːve]. The basic sense of the term is "goddess", the feminine of the Latin word divus (Italian divo), someone deified after death, or Latin deus, a god. The word is cognate with the Hindu term "Devi" meaning goddess (masculine "Deva" meaning god) which in turn originates from the ancient Sanskrit language, one of the earliest Indo-European languages; the word is also cognate with the Avestan term denoting the Zoroastrian concept of the Daevas.¨, from Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
We woman are ¨Goddess`s¨ that is how we should see ourselves, others should treat us and we should act. I am proud to be a DIVA!